“President Aquino presented himself as a leader, but has done nothing, but follow the whims of an imperialist power.”
Day: December 11, 2015
When Scene of the Crime Operatives (SOCO) arrived at the alleged mass grave site, about six civilians were already digging and skeletal remains and clothes were on the surface.
“People are being killed, tortured, arrested and detained. To the regime, the Filipino people’s resistance is a stumbling block to its brand of peace and development, and they must be punished.”
“Teachers have the greatest responsibility, but the enormous salary lag compared to top government officials is despicable.”
“Activities undertaken by security forces as well as armed groups within and around IP communities in Mindanao have resulted in legitimate expressions of fear and insecurity, in displacement, and is endangering the security and safety of non-combatants, including women, children and older persons.”
When workers try to exercise their rights to hold mass actions and strikes to secure better wages and working conditions, they are labeled or tagged as communist supporters or trouble makers, are brutally dispersed from their picketline, and are harassed with “trumped up” legal cases.
“The Aquino government does not recognize the rights of the LGBT, let alone respect them.”